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Ticks Are Tougher, Nastier Than You Thought

from Infectious Disease Special Edition, September 27, 2017 by IDSE News Staff Ticks are nasty little survivors, outlasting even dinosaurs as they resist drought, tolerate cold and go for months without a blood meal. University of …MORE

Rob Thomas on Marisol’s 14-Year Lyme Disease Ba...

from ETOnline, September 21, 2017 by Leena Tailor Rocking out, side of stage, while her husband, Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas, performed in Chula Vista, California, Marisol Thomas may have appeared a gorgeous picture of …MORE

Can the Acorn Predict Lyme Disease?

from JSTOR, September 19, 2017 by Kristen French A look at the connection between acorns and Lyme disease, highlighting the work of GLA Scientific Advisory Board member Rick Ostfeld   You might have heard that …MORE

Wildlife loss and climate change can synergisti...

from Phys.org, September 6, 2017 by Julie Cohen Wildlife loss and climate change can synergistically increase tick abundance and the risk of tick-borne disease   Around the world, ticks are one of the most important …MORE

Man Dies of Tick-Borne Illness

from News-Times, August 22, 2017 by Barry Lytton NEW MILFORD — An increasingly common tick-borne disease took the life of a New Milford man this month, and health experts warn that more cases are likely as …MORE

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